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subsequent

adjective coming, ensuing, eventual, following, future, insequens, later, latter, next, posterior, sequential, succeeding, trailing
Associated concepts: subsequent condition, subsequent creditor
See also: consecutive, derivative, ensuing, future, prospective, proximate, secondary, successive
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But nothing had gone prosperously with either of the lovers; at no subsequent moment would matrimony have been so prudent a measure as when they had first parted, in the opening bloom of life, to seek a better fortune.
You may read the subsequent events of his life in the History of England.
A few months subsequent to the event just related, the young Mexican settled his accounts with the Rocky Mountain Company, and obtained his discharge.
I shuddered at the idea of the subsequent fate his inanimate body might have met with Was the same doom reserved for me?
It then became, in a subsequent division of territory, a part of Montgomery; and finally, having obtained a sufficient population of its own, it was set apart as a county by itself shortly after the peace of 1783.
Children of the same family, the same blood, with the same first associations and habits, have some means of enjoyment in their power, which no subsequent connexions can supply; and it must be by a long and unnatural estrangement, by a divorce which no subsequent connexion can justify, if such precious remains of the earliest attachments are ever entirely outlived.
On the day subsequent to the monarch's visit, the partners landed and waited upon him in return.
From the foregoing events of the winter-time let us press on to an October day, more than eight months subsequent to the parting of Clare and Tess.
Wharton made extensive stylistic, punctuation, and spelling changes and revisions between the serial and book publication, and more than thirty subsequent changes were made after the second impression of the book edition had been run off.
It taught him that he had been scarcely more misled by Thorpe's first boast of the family wealth than by his subsequent malicious overthrow of it; that in no sense of the word were they necessitous or poor, and that Catherine would have three thousand pounds.
There is scarcely any change in them, so that there is no need to tell of their subsequent doings.
Had Captain Jorgensen not been dilatory in his contemplated smashing, and had not Hanson delayed in giving sufficient provocation for a smashing, Michael would have accompanied Steward upon the schooner, Howard, and all Michael's subsequent experiences would have been totally different from what they were destined to be.